Beyond Traditional Schooling.
We are a Hybrid School.
*Hybrid, adjective: of mixed character; composed of different elements. Both virtual & in-person, offering practical-based education plus the option for traditional schooling subjects.
For parents looking for more than just mainstream school.
Thinkers (aged 7 – 18) are exposed to modern technologies, sustainable living practises and engage in a self-directed learning journey facilitated by teachers and Thought Leaders.
Who we work with:
Hybrid School Registration:
Choose a package that best suits your family.
Just Online School
Thinker Learning Journey
Monthly Thought Leaders
1x in-person activities per week
Everything in Exploring Thinker
Daily Online Calls 1:20
Mental Health Credits
Incl. Matric Subjects
3x in-person activities per week
Daily Online Calls 1:20 students
Mental Health Credits
Mental Health Support
The Tools we provide *Thinkers:
*Thinkers, are students we challenge to design ideas, prototype and launch while integrating modern technologies and subjects.
Internet of Things
Robotics, Electronics, Coding, and Artificial Intelligence.
High-Tech Farming, Sport & Exercise, Yoga & Meditation.
Virtual Reality, Crypto & NFTs, Augmented Reality & Gaming.
3D Printing, Laser Cutting, CNC Routing, Form Molding.
An answer to your question:
Should Thinkers wish to pursue careers or further studies that require a Matric certificate, we suggest they join our traditional model in partnership with Cambri Learn. We have created our own accreditation based on global skills needed for the modern working environment and creator economy.
We encourage students from 7-15 years of age. On consultation we may accept 16-18 years of age.
We match Thinkers with Thought Leaders, to act as mentors and guides for projects, challenges and anything a Thinker wants to share. It’s an opportunity to discuss things without Mom or Dad. 😉
Our model of education is simple, every individual thinks and feels relatively. We want to offer an environment that builds on Thinkers imaginations and creativity.
Do Schools Kill Creativity?
~90million views, on TED Talks and YouTube.
Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures rather than undermines creativity. Our founder and CEO was inspired by this video in 2012.